Look at this beautiful classroom. It's huge and well-equipped. Outlets everywhere!
I started with some small jars. One with an upside-down lid, and one with a right-side up lid.
Now on to something larger. I shaped a casserole body, then measured it for its lid, then cut the lid to the right size.
We took a break for lunch (potter potlucks are the best potlucks), then I started carving some leather hard pots that I brought from home. I brushed on the white slip before our break, so the slip could dry to leather hard while we ate. The first piece was a two-sided vase.
And I finished with a carving of a koi fish in a large bowl.
I was done a little after 3pm, and since I had the rest of the day off, I drove into downtown Annapolis and did something I've always wanted to do but never have. I walked through the Maryland State House like a tourist. What a great way to spend a fall day!